InfoSoup users have online access to thousands of historic and current newspapers, including hundreds of Wisconsin newspapers. These newspapers, unfortunately, are not all in one place. Whether doing genealogy and historical research or looking to keep up with the latest regional, national, or international news, our InfoSoup guide Online Newspapers: Historic & Current will help you identify the best resources for your task.
The Wisconsin Public Library Consortium (WPLC) seeks your valued feedback on your experience with and the collection of materials in Wisconsin's Digital Library. Your input will help guide us as we continue to grow and develop the collection of ebooks, audiobooks, and other digital materials so it is most relevant to Wisconsin library patrons.
This survey is performed annually, and some questions are repeated from year to year. It will take an average of 10-15 minutes to complete and is available through February 28th. Your help is greatly appreciated.
UPDATE 2/5/2019: Most of the magazines that are still available are now showing the current issue. We apologize for this disruption of service and hope this issue will not happen again.
There has been, unfortunately, a number of technical problems recently with the RB Digital Magazine service. The result is that current issues of magazines have not been added since early January. The vendor is working to resolve the problem and we hope that the new issues will be available soon.
We have also been notified that, because of publisher restrictions, current issues of following titles will no longer be included in the RB Digital Magazines collection. In addition, two other titles, Redbook and Seventeen will be ceasing publication in 2019. Back issues of these magazines will remain available, but no new issues will be added. We apologize for the loss of this content and for the technical issues affecting all content on the site.
- All recipes
- American Patchwork & Quilting
- Better Homes & Gardens
- Diabetic Living
- Do It Yourself
- Eating Well
- Family Circle
- Martha Stewart Living
- Martha Stewart Weddings
- Midwest Living
- Rachael Ray Every Day
- Redbook (ceasing publication)
- Seventeen (ceasing publication)
- Successful Farming
Check out the latest What's Simmering video! In this episode, Amanda shares some tips on some of the great services available to InfoSoup library card holders.
Resources mentioned in the video:
- InfoSoup Library Directory
- RB Digital Audio Books
- OverDrive (Audiobooks and eBooks)
- Wiscat (find items not in Infosoup)
- Request a purchase
- InfoSoup Online Research and Homework Help Tools
Or just visit InfoSoup.org and search the catalog or browse the many e-resources, all available for free with your library card.
The Fox Cities Reads featured selection for 2019 is Evicted Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond. Evicted has won the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Critics Circle Award, Carnegie Medal, and PEN / John Kenneth Galbraith Award for Nonfiction. Visit the Fox Cities Book Festival page to learn more.
In the coming months, book clubs and discussion groups will be meeting around the Fox Cites and the author will be presenting twice, on Thursday, April 11, 6:30 PM at the Menasha High School and on Friday, April 12, 10:00 AM at the Lawrence University Chapel. Visit the Fox Cities Book Festival Schedule page to learn more about upcoming events.
About Fox Cities Reads
The Fox Cities Book Festival in partnership with the public libraries of the Fox Cities has come together with the goal of building a larger sense of community to promote literacy. Each year, they select an author and title to promote for Fox Cities Reads and encourage the people in our communities to read, think, talk, listen, and grow together.